For five consecutive weeks this summer, the G train will be not run between the Court Square station in Long Island City and the Nassau Avenue stop in Brooklyn due to Hurricane Sandy recovery work, according to the MTA.
The founders of a new walking food tour, which is making its start in Long Island City, are looking to prove that Queens is the “king of the boroughs.”
The Long Island City site which once was home to the graffiti mecca known as 5Pointz could soon be gone.
Even with the World Cup festivities coming to an end last weekend, more exciting things are on their way to Long Island City.
A man followed a woman into her Jackson Heights apartment building last month and attempted to rape her, police said.
Cops have released a sketch of the suspect who fatally punched a 56-year-old man in Woodside last month.
A Queens-bred rap duo is performing a free concert in their native neighborhood Thursday night.
Queens Documented, a project of the initiative Five Boro Story Project, which creates community events to showcase stories and art inspired by the city’s neighborhoods, will officially launch on Sunday at Terraza 7, located at 40-19 Gleane St.
A community is outraged and looking for answers as they learned the city went behind their backs to turn an East Elmhurst motel into a permanent homeless shelter.
Foodies, get ready: a two-day international Queens food tour is coming to the borough thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign.